Calif. Harbor District Plans An RV Park
With the closure of the Port San Luis trailer park in California now complete, the harbor district is moving forward with big plans to develop the terraced site into a resort-like campground, the Lompoc Record reported.
The 31-acre Harbor Terrace property was acquired by the district in 1984.
Home to the small trailer park for more than 25 years, harbor district officials voted to close the aged facility in 2012 and begin steps to develop the site.
The conceptual site plan calls for 99 RV and 33 cabin/yurt/bungalow-type spaces, as well as 35 vehicle/tent campsites and 20 walk-in/bike-in campsites. Additionally, the proposal includes picnic and outlook areas, parking, commercial uses, possibly a retail store and restaurant or deli, and boat facilities.
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